Hope’s caregiver resources help family members care for loved ones
Our Family Caregiver Education Series is available to any member of the community. It is geared for family members who play a key role in providing caregiver assistance to a loved one living with a terminal or chronic illness or a disabling condition.
The 14-class series covers a variety of topics and provides training, education, support and caregiver resources. Each two-hour class offers relevant information for family caregivers. Plus, much like a support group, these classes provide an opportunity to connect with others who have shared experiences.
Complimentary help for caregivers, though donations are appreciated
You may sign up for just one, or every one of our 14 monthly classes offered each year at no charge to community members. With topics such as Living with Dementia, Self-Care for the Caregiver and Understanding Advanced Illness, there is likely a class that can help you be the best caregiver possible.
Most classes are offered on the second Saturday of each month (there are two classes in February and March), with registration and refreshments beginning at 9:45 a.m. Classes run from 10 a.m. to noon, and are held in the second-floor conference room at Hope Hospice and Home Health. Click here for directions.